[Mediawiki-l] Problem with image upload
tim.gowen at rafmuseum.org
Fri Jan 18 11:00:54 UTC 2008
Having fixed my database with Platonides' help I have users complaining
that IIS is asking for a password on pages which have images. I've
added NTFS permissions for the IUSR_machine account to the mediawiki
folder in \inetpub\wwwroot so I'm not really sure why this is happening.
I don't get asked for a password, but then I'm a domain admin.
From: Platonides [mailto:Platonides at gmail.com]
Sent: 17 January 2008 20:57
To: mediawiki-l at lists.wikimedia.org
Subject: Re: [Mediawiki-l] Problem with image upload
Tim Gowen wrote:
> I've just installed MediaWiki in Windows 2003 with MySQL 4.1.22, PHP
> 5.2.5 and MediaWiki 1.11.0.
> I have enabled upload of images, but when I select an image for upload
> I get the following internal error:
> A database error has occurred
> Query: SELECT
> _minor_mime,img_metadata,img_timestamp,img_sha1 FROM `image` WHERE
> img_name = 'Campaignlogo.jpg' LIMIT 1
> Function: LocalFile::loadFromDB
> Error: 1054 Unknown column 'img_sha1' in 'field list' (localhost)
> Am I using the wrong version of MySQL or PHP?
There's a mismatch between your mediawiki code version and your table
running maintenance/update.php If that doesn't fix it, manually ALTER
TABLE to add the img_sha1 column. You can find a list of the tables in
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